We are asking for your feedback to improve and evolve our services. Navy Child and Youth Programs on AAFB, NBG and NH are trying to determine if there is a need for childcare beyond our normal Child Development Center (CDC) hours of 0600-1830. To help us determine hours childcare is a need, please complete our short survey that should take no longer than 3-5 minutes.

Please reach out to your local Child and Youth Programs should you have any additional questions regarding current childcare options.

• Andersen AFB CDC - 671-366-1601
• Andersen AFB SAC - 671-366-3490
• Naval Base Guam CDC - 671-564-1844
• Naval Hospital CDC - 671-472-2312
• Naval Base Guam SAC - 671-339-6130

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* 1. Select your duty station:

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* 2. Which branch of service are you affiliated?

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* 3. Check the Category that applies to you:

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* 4. Are you familiar with the MilitaryChildCare.com website?

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* 5. How many Children do you have that are 12 years old or younger who live with you at least 3 months out of the year?

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* 6. What are your current childcare arrangements?

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* 7. How do you get information about Child and Youth Programs? (check all that apply)

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* 8. If a 24/7 childcare option was available, would you switch from your current arrangement?

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* 9. If a 24/7 childcare option was available, how often would you utilize care?

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* 10. Of the options below, which would be your childcare preference for evenings or weekends?

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* 11. Which of the following childcare issues has had an impact  on your work over the past year? (check all that apply)

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* 12. In what ways does your childcare needs affect your life? (check all that apply)

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* 13. I would like to be added to an information distribution list for Child and Youth Programs.

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* 14. Is there any other feedback that you would like to include regarding Extended Care options?

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